Lecture Programme of the German Federal Government
Sabine Hartwig, the State Chairwoman of the Weisser Ring in Berlin, reports in the interview on her lecture tour to Tunisia. The focus was on the role of dialogue and the exchange of experiences in combating violence against women.
Presentation by and discussion with Dagmar Hirche, the executive director of Aulis Consult GmbH and co-founder of the association 'Wege aus der Einsamkeit e.V.', at the Taipei Medical University.
Radio interview with Dr Jan Steckel, head of the Climate and Development working group at the MCC, conducted by Deutsche Welle's Hausa correspondent.
The 25th anniversary of German reunification is also a hot topic in France. The German consulate in Marseille extended an invitation to an eyewitness, in the hope of increasing understanding of the events of the time and – ideally – taking stock of their impact. Lectures by Dr Peter Hartmann
666 ABC Canberra: a radio interview with Jörn Leonhard, Director of the School of History at the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies.
SBS Australia: discussion with Jörn Leonhard on memories of the First World War in Australia and Germany and differences with current conflicts.
In spring 2015, Ludger Kühnhardt held a series of talks in the Republic of Moldova on the subject of the European Union in times of geopolitical unrest. An interview about the current situation in the landlocked Southeast European country.
How many Germans could talk to the person sitting next to them in Kyrgyz? I certainly couldn't. My neighbour at a parliamentary debate on the new directive on religion was the Deputy Foreign Minister of Kyrgyzstan. Fortunately he speaks fluent German and knows our country very well. However, this is not the case with most of the country's inhabitants. When the conversation turns to Germany, his impression of our country is decidedly positive, particularly with regard to its economic strength, discipline and efficiency, rule of law and renunciation of claims to power.